Kangana Ranaut: I Always Hoped to Get Accepted
Kangana Ranaut rise in the movies as one of the best female actors of this generation and her sartorial fashion choices has also made her a ramp favorite. National Award winning actress Kangana Ranaut, who walked as the showstopper at the Lakme Fashion Week ramp here in Mumbai, she said: "during my growing up days, I used to impersonate models and always hoped I would be accepted in showbiz."
Asked if she thought she would make it big in the fashion world too, Kangana said: “When I was young I didn’t have any guarantee, but I hoped that I get accepted. I remember the night times I used to rehearse... I was a science student and I was hard working.
“I used to wake up in the nights and wear heels and start to try and impersonate the catwalk like I used to see on the Fashion TV. I remember working very hard and hoping that I will make it someday.” Kangana Ranaut says every time I use to walks the runway, it takes me back to the days when I was shooting for the movie “Fashion”, the Madhur Bhandarkar directorial in which I play a supermodel role.
“That’s the only time I played a supermodel and I used to rehearse a lot because I never had a modeling background. I never modeled before. So, now when I do these walks it definitely takes me back to my ‘Fashion’ days,” she said.
Kangana on Saturday night walked the ramp for designer duo Pankaj & Nidhi’s show presented by Nokia at the ongoing fashion gala’s Winter/Festive 2018 edition.
In the Lakme, Fashion Week ramp Kangana wore a midnight blue asymmetrical dress with black embellishments. She completed her look with cobalt blue eyeliner, nude make-up and tied her hair into a chic side-parted ponytail.
On the garment, she said: “The credit goes to Pankaj & Nidhi for my look and team who have done my hair, makeup, and entire styling. I am comfortable because their garments are not just for editorials or for ramp walks. It is also for the real people to wear these garment for everyday events, parties or festivals. I just feel that they are not just beautiful or edgy but are also practical.”